Whole-School Road Safety Education Projects

Funding opportunities are offered to NSW independent schools annually to conduct Student Wellbeing and PDHPE projects. These funding opportunities are supported by Transport for NSW under the School Road Safety Education Program.

These projects should promote a sustainable and continuous commitment to student wellbeing that focuses on K-12 road safety education.

Applications are now closed for 2021. 

The following independent schools were successful in attaining support for their projects in 2020 and 2021:

  • Bethel Christian College Mount Druitt, 7-12 Road Safety Education
  • Giant Steps, Gladesville, K-12 Road Safety Education
  • Green Point Christian College, Green Point, K-6 Road Safety Education
  • Living School Lismore, K-10 Road Safety Education
  • Macquarie Anglican Grammar, Dubbo, K-6 Road Safety Education
  • Ngaruki Gulgul, Kariong, 10-12 Road Safety Education
  • St Narsai Assyrian Christian College, Horsley Park, 10-12 Road Safety Education
  • Western Riverina Community College, Griffith, 10-12 Road Safety Education

For further information, please contact AISNSW Student Wellbeing and PDHPE Consultants Nicky Sloss and Katrina Mostyn.

Western Riverina Community School Road Safety Project

Towards Independence, Skills and Safety

Western Riverina Community School’s main objective is to develop independence and work-readiness in students as having their licence is one of the ways in which they can significantly improve employment prospects, and developing the social and emotional learning required to use roads and vehicles safely.

AISNSW annual Wellbeing and PDHPE Consultants supported Riverina Community School through professional learning, support and connections to, the Advocate for Children and Young People, NSW Government and NSW Police to achieve the outcomes of their project.

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